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About Independence monitor. (Independence, Or.) 1912-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1918)
Warners tnd Red Fern
and Buttrick Patterns
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In Addition we Carry a
Full line Ready-to Wear
Men's & Boy Clothing
OUR PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE
WOMEN who exercise prood taste in selection of snoes are
turning from the giJdy, extreme colors to the quieter,
more modulated shades and to bronze and every-day bhck.
In our showing of
UTZ & DUNN CO.
Style Shoes of Quality
There ia a wide choice of authentic colors in the shades in
vogue, also bronze an J black in striking combinations.
WOMEN who have the desire fir an air of gentility and
personajjty in shoes they buy, will bo well pleased with
these brand new creations.
The Shoe Where Stylt ts Paramount.
CONKEY & WALKER
The Conquerer Hats
White and Fancy
Sport Hats and Caps
Trunk , Suit
Hin, to the vrife of Willis
Small, a fine little bah v. Uoth
mother and fluid rising well.
Ernst and Vera Williams en
listed in the Navy Friday a week
ago and will go into the radio
dpart tiiiit of th nlml xhrd hhrdr
department of the service.
.Mrs. Winnie Uraden has beer.
appointed food administrator for
J I 'oik county and ,w;i.s here last
week making arangemetits for
securing a deputy for this dis
trict. Vi. N. Johnson was ap
pointed. Those who were visitors at
it lie Capital City to hear h. .J.
j Simpson of Coos Hay speak
I were Hons Nelson, M. V. Walker,
(J. W. If.-iiklc, I5oh Kakcr, Ar
thur Spratley, Hill Kurre, II. 15
Fletcher, J)r. iJugaiiiie, Hoy De
.Arm olid, tiny Walker, Winn
Huff and Larry Fitzgerald.
The Oregon TnniKportatbii Co.
has withdrawn 'ts, sb-ambonr ser
vice frofii the Willamette be
tween Portland and Salem. 'I he
(Irahatfiofia ni ade her last river
trip last Monday. Lac of patron
aire from merchants in Salem and
the valley and the cost of hand
ling the litie is given as the rea
son for ending the steamboat his
tory of the Willaincttte, at least
for steamers of this size. The
larger boats wil probably he put
into service on the Columbia,
running as far as Levviston on
the Snake river.
Man Without a Country
Mammoth Orchid-Flo werins Canna
Giant Eleven-Inch White Blossom Developed From a One
Eghth Inch Canna Bloom of Dark Red
Pythian Sisters Will Mtet in Al
bany in 1919.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
. Hems of Real Interest for Real People who Like
Calling curds at tun Monitor
See thoae iiuw
caps at O. A.
Tim Independence Uakcry uaa
added frettu hot iuiiehcs.
liny your lawn mowers and
iawu hose of Cruveu & J lull'.
Mra. baughiuau. id now one ol
the operator ul the telephone
the Minitor ol'l'ice.
11. W. Dickinson was in the
city the l'kut of the week
Lillicu tobacco extract, a prov
en, spray ior rosea, at ISloper
iiroa. & Couklo.
tion't fail to see "Tho Man
Without a Country" at tho lsis
K. , ., Hull to demonstrate it to you
hpraying roses. iSono better. J
Mr. N. T. (limit made his
daughter, Trula, a present of a
fine piano last week.
J. li. Uuster, a former drug
gist of Independence, was in the
city the first of the week on busi
ness. Captain and Mrs. L. 1'. Ilol'I'ord
'f rort land, were week-end vis
ilors at the home of 1). L
Mr. and Mrs. Fawk of Kieli
mill, were iu the city Friday
( Veiling and took in tho High
. mik Jewel il stoves, saw
lime, save oil, hot flume, hit
vessel direct. Ask Craven A
bdoper Bros. & t'oeklo.
The great tilery of l'hilip No
lan, the mau without a country
lit the lsis Sunday night.
A great story, "Tho Mau With
out a Country." It appears at
the lsis Sunday evening.
Marion Duller, who is in the
Navy service, stationed at Main
Island, is visiting iu tho city ou
have of absence lor ten days.
Will Mulkey, sou of C. C. Mul
key of Monmouth, is now on
fchore leave from Mare Island,
California, where ho is in the ser
vice, and expects soon to be
transferred to bo ready to go
acrss tho waters.
Hewett's Pharmacy is having
the building next to their pieser.t
More cleaned und renovated
snd made ready for occupancy
They will move into thu build
ing at an early date and the
Farmer's State liauk will re
model the building the Hewitt
store occupied as soon as it is
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Patterson
i were in the etty the first of the
I week visiting with F. A. Patter
kou and other relatives iu Inde
pendence. Henry Dickinson, a promin
ent farmer living near l'urkcr,
was in town this week and pur
i based a Clark Jewel oil stove
from Craven & Huff.
Lottie Hedges Mcintosh ,will
give a recital in about two weeks
for her pupils. This will be the
regular annual event in which all
her students take part.
May 22, (lallicurei, th- great
Ameniau soprano, will appear
in roll land and the music lovers
of Independence plan attending.
.Mrs. Mcintosh, in speaking of
this great musician, stated that
she was considered the greatest
singer since the time of Jennie
The annual county convention of
the Pythian Sisters was held a
week ago last Thursday at Seio.
and a big attendance was present
from all over the district. Al
bany was selected as the meeting
place for next year by the dele
ga t es.
The Silverton team put on the
Degree work at the convention,
and the officers of the Albany
loilge had charge of the initia
tory work, there being 1 wo candidates.
War Stamp Sales For Week End
ing May 14, 1918.
Airlio $ 71)7.120
l black lioek IJ0.08
Falls City " 7,-).;."i
Independence 2'2. Mil
Total for week $:!Or;,(i)
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Your Liberty Bonds are Just as ne
gotiable as money. If through fire,
carelesssnes3 or theft, you should lose
then, you would be out that amount.
FARMERS STATE BANK service is offered
you. Bring in your bonds we will
issue you a receipt and keep your bonds
in our BURGLAR PROOF SAFE, subject to
withdrawal at any time.
No carge for this service.
Farmers State Bank
Fifteen years' time has been required to produce the immense f!c sr.
famous expert of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington fanctd thrl I .
small spike of red blooms of the canna might be cultivated into korr.ot'.;:
beautiful, and his experiments, supplemented by those of Antoine WinUer
resulted in this superb bloom. Every shade of pink, red, yeMov,, r".d all th
lovely tints of the orchid, as well as ths variegated varieties, have also re3u.'trc;
The cost of producing a white lily canna was about $30,000.
SOUNDING THE WARNING OF POISON GAS
O. A. R. Annual Meeting
fiid Isaae Coinjitoii are the dele
gates to the I. O. (. V. (iran.l
I.Otltfe. They will h11 leuve this
week for Seaside where the eon
vention i to be. Mr. IVmpton
iind family went overland hy
r.uto, leaving today. They will
Mop in Portland where they wii'
be present to take part in the
dedication of, the Odd Fellows
uddition to their home there.
Jeff lttild will esi'iijied from the
enitentiary hy donning trusty
elothing and walking out of tin
main louldiug uimUx-rved Sun
day. lie got out far enough and
JloinerWood Mheit started to run and hy eul
; ting ei'o.ss lots reached the tini
J her ami got away, They have
had him .surrounded several
tintt-s hut he has slipped through
: ea h time. The first of this W eek
a delegation of man hunters ar
rived from the penitentiary in
Independence, eiiroute to the
Huena Vim a section, where thy
,! ad him located, hut he is stiil
I at. large at this writing.
A large uuiuher from Indepen
dence and Mouiiiouth were in Al-
hay this week to attend tne an
nual U. A. li. mectinir. About
juuo were present in all, of
whom U0O were veterans of the
Civil war. The next meeting will
he held at The Dalles.
Those attending from this sec
tion were T. J. Fryer, Henry
iirinkley, .Mr. and .Mrs. 0. A.
Dick, Mr. and .Mrs. J. li. Seraf
!'ord, Mrs. Ewing and dangliter,
Mrs. Maggie Cravva ud Mr. lla.s
Mie of Independence and M. T.
Jones, IX .M. Hampton, Win. Mul
key and Mr. lmtler of Monmouth.
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The Republic Company has
kept faith with tire users.
When we tell you that
Republics last longer we
are sure of our facts.
We have to be. To persist
in them otherwise, would
And the Republic Staggard
Tread affords maximum
non-skid with minimum
Republic Black-line Red Inner
Tubes have a reputation
for freedom from trouble
The Republic Rubber Co.
Youngstown. Ohio A
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5000 Miles Service
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RttHck by rlnulng lell horrowed from a nelKlilnirlng cliureli.
grade pupils are
SLOPER BROTHERS & COCKLE
K'astus 1'etcrson and N. C. An
derson attended the play at Al
hauy Monday evening.
t'larti Schneider of Portland,
w ho is employed by the (I. U. vy N.
visited her uncle ami aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. U. W. McLaughlin,
Orville Wells and Key l J rounds
visited relatives and friends in
0car Peterson returned to San
liago after a two weeks vUit
with his parents and brother, (iuy
of tregon City.
The fifth grade has four minute
speeches in Knglish.
All classes in our school are
very min h interested in current
Misses (iillctte and Keil are re
turning to Portland for the sum
mer after a very successful year
in t he school here
Mr. tnd Mrs. A. Porter and fam
ily spent Sunday at the Knimons
Mr. and Mrs. Ualph Porterfiehl
ami two children and Mr. and
Mrs. P. L, Chow 11 and son mo
tored to Albany Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Chown and
son and Mr. flight noy motored to
MeMinnville on Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. P.evens and Mr.
and Mrs. Turner visited in Albany
I'l,., I. .,; tl.. lt...wl ..f Her. I
lin," is a fine moving picture and
every one should see it w ho can.
School closed May 17.
Nina and Helen Porterfiehl
spent Monday night at their grand
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llopvile school pPveii High
land a gam- of bakt tli.'li. Hop
vilh" won by a score of 11 to 6.
Hopville is doing her part in tho
war work. Many arc working in)
The sixth, seventh ami eighth I FOU
Folk SAI.F.- Lady Washington
beans, Canty, Hebron, l".r
bank. Cold Coin, Kural -V-'
Yorker and .Wttcd Cun poM
toes. Yord Hiil.
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